The Band, "Nothin' Personal" has been playing together since 1993. They have been playing several venues in Sacramento and surrounding areas which included Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina and the Beacon Bar & Gill n South Lake Tahoe, Plumas Pines Resort in Lake Almanor, Swabbies on the River, El Dorado Saloon and Grill , just to name a few.
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The Band consists of four members. Katina Whalen fronting the band with a strong presence and captivating vocals. Glenn Whalen, guitarist for the band, plays with strong emotion and conviction, along with a solid rhythm section featuring Greg King on bass guitar and various drummers driving the band on drums.
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The band has opened up for Pablo Cruise, 38 Special, Joe Crocker and the Guess Who and were the winner of the Battle of the Bands with the Eagle Radio Station and opened up for Sammy Hagar at the Dixon May Fair and also opened up for Lynyrd Skynard at the Dixon May Fair on May 6, 2005. The band plays at Mr. Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina in South Lake Tahoe, monthly where Sammy Hagar joined the band for a set on August 28th of 2004 and with Bryan Adams in February of 2008. Katina says there's nothing more thrilling then singing "Rock Candy" with Sammy Hagar. Other guest at the Cabo Wabo in Tahoe who joined the band include Country Singer, Terri Clark, members of the Tobie Keith Band, Alex Grossi and Chuck Wright of Quiet Riot, Matthew and Gunner Nelson, members of the New Yardbirds, and our very own Cabo Wabo host, Aaron Hagar. Sammy Hagar and Bryan Adams also recently joined the band at the Cabo Wabo in South Lake Tahoe for a two hour set on February 16, 2008. It was a night to remember.
Type of Music: Classic Rock & Roll and R&B and Blues. The music is anything from Stevie Ray Vaughan to Janice Joplin, Pretenders to Led Zeppelin.